January 20, 2020 /3BL Media/ - The issues businesses face, and in turn need to communicate, are vast and complex. There’s increasing pressure for business to communicate its actions, vision and impact in a way simplified manner that engages key audiences whilst demonstrating integrity and leadership
January 14, 2020 /3BL Media/ - We have just 10 years left to tackle the climate crisis, according to the UN. Just how do you go about designing for this level of ambitious change? Establishing partnerships and collaborating to deliver new business models, new forms of investments and a new, sustainable economy is critical to tackling the crisis.
January 14, 2020 /3BL Media/ - There is increasing pressure on companies to disclose accurate data on impacts against material social and environmental issues - plus the future risks and opportunities that the company faces. ESG information on companies is being utilised as a guide to the movement of capital. ESG is becoming mainstream.
The circular economy is the key to square up to climate change. Corporates, investors and countries all around the world are setting the pace, but there’s still a lot to be done. The time for action is now.
LONDON, December 3, 2019 /3BL Media/ - Non-financial performance has financial relevance to investors, meaning reporting professionals from two different worlds need to collaborate to understand what this ESG demand means and how to share non-financial data in a financial context. But as the cross over between investor relations and sustainability reporters only intensifies, so do the issues.
November 12, 2019 /3BL Media/ - The economist Milton Friedman famously said that “the social responsibility of business is to increase its profits”. Nearly 50 years since Friedman introduced his theory change is now afoot. ESG information on companies is being utilised as a guide to the movement of capital. ESG is becoming mainstream.
To avoid the worst climate impacts, and meet the 2050 net-zero emissions horizon, it is estimated global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions will need to drop by half in the next 10 years. Companies are being tasked to realign their strategies and operations in-line with these goals. But what does that mean in practice? How can business realign business models without impacting current success?
All sessions fall under 6 key themes aiming to deliver against the 2030/2050 horizons
November 7, 2019 /3BL Media/ - The time for dialogue is over, action is needed is needed now, - but how? The Responsible Business Summit Europe (26-28 May 2019, London) we will convene 750+ leaders from across the globe to share their latest strategies, and more importantly, tangible insights into how they are helping deliver the required transformation of business.
Business needs to work harder, smarter and faster to build a sustainable future. Time is simply running out.
As the world grapples with climate emergency, Extinction rebellion, investor pressure, hyper-global inequalities and biodiversity loss, the pressure for business to act now has never been more important. . 2020 is a critically important year with imminent deadlines looming and setting the new wave of ambitious targets for the next decade.
We’ve been taking from the environmental future for the economic present and we’re now on the cusp of a decade ofconsequences. A climate emergency, global social inequalities, biodiversity loss and increased investor and consumer pressure for business to act. Business needs to step up ambitions to tackle and adapt to the changing climate.
We need action. New ways of collaborating. New business models. New forms of investments.